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Beef and Alcohol Are the Secret Ingredients in Juice

SYDNEY — There is beef and alcohol in your orange juice
If you are drinking Heinz Australia’s Golden Circle juice, that is.
See also: 11 Ways to Act Like a Local in Australia… 30 more words

Deepak Verma

Galaxy S4 LTE-A (GT-I9506) finally gets its KitKat update

After an inexplicably long delay, Samsung has finally come around updating the international version of the Galaxy S4 LTE-A to Android 4.4.2 KitKat.

July 25, 2014 at 01:05PM… 7 more words

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Deal: LG G3 $0 down with bonus $100 gift card, or $100 off on contract at Best Buy

Head over to Best Buy to snag the LG G3 for $0 down on an installment plan, they’ll throw in a $100 gift card, or just grab it for $100 on a two year contract.Source: Best Buy… 10 more words

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'Ulysses' is coming to life thanks to virtual reality

Look, there’s nothing to be ashamed of if you’ve been plowing through James Joyce’s Ulysses for the past, oh, decade. It’s such a challenging read, that a developer thought it best to create some sort of a virtual reality world based on the piece… 10 more words

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Google really is buying Twitch, announcement imminent?

Yet another source confirms that Google and Twitch are in advanced acquisition talks.

Venture Beat reports that the two companies have signed an agreement for a figure around the $1 billion mark, though the precise sum, or the moment when the acquisition will be made public, are not clear. 10 more words

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These beige bars somehow turn into frozen fish sticks

Hmm, frozen fish sticks sure start off looking suspiciously like the protein blocks from Snowpiercer and you know how that turned out (if you watched the movie). 35 more words

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Spotify comes to (a few) Vizio smart TVs

Despite the popularity of its music service, Spotify’s presence on connected TV platforms is still spotty. It’s on Apple TV via AirPlay, Roku, LG and Samsung, but not Xbox, PlayStation or Chromecast (officially). 18 more words

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